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Carpenter, Munoz and Andretti to lineup on the front row of the grid
Ed Carpenter to line up on pole alongside Carlos Munoz and Marco Andretti
Michel Jourdain goes home as Katherine Legge and Buddy Lazier make the cut
GP3 driver scores spectacular first wreck of 2013
The finalised starting grid for the 2013 Indianapolis 500 sees Ed Carpenter on pole, two rookies in the top five, and Michel Jourdain Jr. missing out. 
Michel Jourdain Jr. emerged as the big loser of qualifying at Indianapolis this weekend, despite desperate efforts by his Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing team.
Graham Rahal topped the times in the last significant practice opportunity the teams have this week ahead of the Indianapolis 500 on Sunday.
Dario Franchitti, Josef Newgarden, Graham Rahal and Charlie Kimball will all face 10-place grid penalties in Detroit for unapproved engine changes.
When qualifying for the Indianapolis 500 was all over, the odd man out without a grid spot was veteran racer Michel Jourdain Jr.
Ed Carpenter hadn't exactly been anyone's top tip to claim pole for the 97th running of the Indianapolis 500, but when the moment came he seized his chance and left no one in any doubt.
Ed Carpenter pulled off a shock Indy 500 pole position in the Fast 9 Shootout, with Carlos Munoz and Marco Andretti joining him on the front row. 
Ed Carpenter might have secured pole position for the Indianapolis 500, but it's not all over yet. Sunday is Bump Day, and the game is well and truly on...
The entry list for this year's Indianapolis 500 has officially reached 33 drivers with confirmation that former race winner Buddy Lazier is to return. - Jim Clausen
The entry list for this year's Indianapolis 500 has officially reached 33 drivers with confirmation that former race winner Buddy Lazier is to return.